Romantic Couples Tours in Japan for Valentine’s Day 

The sun isn’t the only thing rising in the land of the rising is too.  
Tuesday 28 January 2020
A walk to remember in Japan. Photo: Unsplash

Looking for an intimate getaway next month? Off-the-beaten-path Japan is as romantic as it gets, with breath-taking landscapes and authentic ryokans, allowing couples to reconnect in amidst nature. Be it spending the day in a relaxing hot spring or taking an early morning hike, here are romantic couple tours in Japan for Valentine’s Day.

For the laid-back lovebirds

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Set in Japan’s southwestern Kyushu Island, Oita is rich in the beauty of its countryside and hot springs. The Oita Hot Spring Trail takes couples across serene countrysides lush with forest and farmland, valleys threaded by sparklingly clear rivers to historic towns, past farmhouses and their neatly tended fields to spectacularly sited temples in search of the best hot springs.


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Therefore, making it one of the most romantic couple tours in Japan for Valentine’s Day for those looking to indulge in intimate soaks, while spending quality time with your significant other.

For the adventurous couple

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This guided snowshoeing tour takes travellers through Japan’s snow country, providing an intimate experience in a winter wonderland. The Snow Country tour also allows couples to visit a spectacular Shinto shrine complex and stay in charming farming villages located in deep valleys.

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So if walking across remote winter landscapes sounds like your cup of tea, the 7-day, 6-night experience promises to be a Valentine’s Day to remember.

For the intrepid travellers

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Having trust issues? Learn to rely on your other half for navigation as you make your way through the Kiso Valley. The self-guided Kiso Wayfarer takes lovebirds through the central section of the historic Nakasendo Way, via rural, hilly countryside with expansive views.

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So if you’re up for taking a step back into time, the 5-day, 4-night tour is one of the best tours in Japan for Valentine’s Day.

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Source: Walk Japan